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it from the eastern seaboard. up i-95 through all the big cities it will be one of the warmest days you'll see until next mid to late spring. temperatures in the 80s. we're starting off in the 60s from boston all the way down to atlanta. with a good deal of sunshine. humidity down a little bit. very enjoyable friday. back with the cool air, cold in denver this morning. we're at 31 degrees. we are below freezing. temperatures in the middle of the country, this is where it definitely feels like the middle of the fall. high of 47 in minneapolis. smiles if you like the warmth in the eastern seaboard. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. well, raleigh, north carolina, is one of those spots where if you enjoy the warmth, get outside for lunch at 82 degrees. the front will eventually be trying to push through the ohio valley. showers in areas like pittsburgh and cincinnati. for the eastern seaboard it looks like the cooler air will arrive sunday. >> we will enjoy it. >> today? >> yes, we will. >>> all right, coming up, charles manson's
, with the very latest toght. >> reporter: after stalking the eastern seaboard for days, sandy is gaining momentum and taking aim on the jersey shore. >> the storm is not at its apex yet. it's going to get worse between now and the next time i speak to you. >> reporter: in areas it's hard to believe things could get much worse. debris has been scattered, trees uproot and tossed into homes. floodwaters have already swallowed some roadways. piers have been ripped apart, and water is pushing up against houses. the path of early destruction covers several states, graphic evidence of the size of this storm. 700 miles wide, with hurricane-force winds stretching out 175 miles from the center. more than 50 million people could feel the effects of sandy. >> this is going to be a big and powerful storm. and all across the eastern seaboard, i think everybody is taking the appropriate preparations. >> reporter: sandbags now guard against the water, boards braced for the violent winds, and shelters are secure and ready. thousands of flights have been canceled in many areas. public transportation has been suspe
-- >> all right, hurricane sandy moving up the eastern seaboard with the storm's outer bands lashing the barrier islands off north carolina. >> right now the governor of new york, andrew cuomo, i halting a halt to all public transit in new york city at 7:00 tonight. it could affect 50 million people. suetion mcginnis has the latest from the coast of delaware. good morning, susan. >>> reporter: good morning. there is no doubt this storm is coming closer. here on the beach of delaware, the waves are getting larger and stronger and crashing closer to shore. we have the winds intensifying and is it raining at times. it is clear that sandy is on her way. north carolina is getting a taste of hurricane sandy's fury morning. there is driving rain and high surf, but officials are not expecting major damage. >> track has improved in our favor. >>> reporter: bull dozers and residents are piling up the sand along the jersey shore. millions are bracing for hurricane sandy, a massive storm that is taking aim at the most densely populated region of the u.s. >> the first time a hurricane has been
on the eastern seaboard. we'll hear from all of them straight ahead. let's go to north carolina. our george howell is in kill devil hills where they've been feeling the effects of this storm for some time now, and it is a slow mover, apparently, as we've been seeing, as we heard from the president there. you're still being pounded by a lot of wind and rain. >> reporter: fredricka, i want to talk about what we just heard from the officials and the president that this is going to be a big storm. the center of the storm hundreds of miles away from where we are now, but we're still within that wind field. on the edge of that wind field where we are here on the outer banks, we're feeling these wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour. think of what it's like closer to the center of that storm, and then think about that storm moving up and making that hook in the major metropolitan areas. what we're seeing here on the outer banks, what we're seeing around north carolina in these counties that have declared states of emergency, this is a taste of what's to come as this storm, again, a big storm, reaches
power to millions of people along the eastern seaboard. the storm surge even continued today as sandy tracked through western pennsylvania and new york state. the storm has affected an estimated one out of every five americans, bringing some business to a standstill over flooding, closed airports, and no public transportation. while rescue efforts continue tonight, early damage estimates are still rough, running between $10 billion and $20 billion, according to eqecat. hurricane irene did $10 billion damage 14 months ago. >> susie: wall street was closed again today for the second straight day because of hurricane sandy. this is the first two-day weather-lateshutdown since 1888. but the major exchanges are expected to reopen tomorrow. all systems are a go. the new york stock exchange said the opening bell will ring as usual at 9:30 a.m. eastern time. the nasdaq will also open for normal operations on wednesday. that's just what investors wanted to hear. both exchanges have been running tests today to make sure all systems were running smoothly. >> susie: the nyse's building is located
. number one, as you close refineries along the eastern seaboard, you should have seen spikes in unleaded gasoline prices. but by the same token, if those refineries are closed, that means that the end users don't need crude. they're not going to buy crude. so that should have been very bearish, the crude oil market. the crude oil market didn't break nearly as much as i expected it to. and the other thing that i noticed is- keep in mind i trade futures. in futures, futures have contract months. the lead month is december, and you trade every single month. so presumably, you would think that the front months of crude would have weakened toward the back months of crude, because, if the end users, i.e. the refineries along the eastern seaboard, if they don't want the crude right now, then they'll pay up and store it and use it later. that didn't happen. you actually saw the front months of crude actually showing some reasonable support to the back months. i totally didn't expect that. so for me, i am not going to sell into this break, and i actually would rather be a buyer of break in the cr
-state area. coastal communities are flooded up and down the eastern seaboard for hundreds of miles. the new jersey shore among the hardest hit where the governors of new jersey, chris christie, said that the damage there is absolutely unthinkable and the pictures from above are mindboggling. even as the storm moved north it did not spare maryland, delaware, washington, dc, or northern virginia. hundreds of thousands lost power. roads and bridges are closed. shore lines are battered. the storm then slammed into the big city and surrounding areas, a record surge of seawater coming in to the lower part of manhattan flooding the subways, the tunnels, the roads, everything below 34th street in new york city is without power, the bridges are back open, the subways may not be open for four or five days, the trains that go to new jersey, no one knows they were flooded up to the ceiling in some cases. the trains that lead to long island, no clouds. the city is paralyzed. in connecticut the storm damaged homes and millions of trees are down. some homes washed off their foundation. it caused damage an
is a pretty a warm day on the eastern seaboard setting the stage. cold air plunging down through the middle of the nation st. louis with a high of 55 and areas on the east coast much warmer than that. maryland today up into the 70s. so, once again, two days to prepare for sandy if you live in the mid-atlantic or the northeast. >> a lot of people are concerned about this storm. preparation is key. >>> another reason aspirin is good for you and a story that truly goes beyond any family's worst nightmare. your headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, where is the economy headed with just days until americans are headed to the polls? details are next. you're watching "early today." >>> stories making news this morning, we begin with a horrific story. a nanny at a luxury new york city apartment building stabbed two small children to death in a bathtub and then stabbed herself. the nanny is hospitalized in critical condition and the children's mother arrived home to find the devastating scene before police were called. >>> a federal appeals court has refused to reconsider a ruling that would allow
east coast storm surge, tearing up coastal communities up and down the eastern seaboard. sandy making her landfall in southern new jersey and, as you can see, the resort-laden jersey shore beach communities were among the hardest hit. you're looking at the most recent overhead images, punishing winds and massive flooding turning the casino town into a raging river. governor chris christie calling the damage simply unthinkable. even before it made landfall the storm did not spare states further south. residents of maryland, delaware, washington d.c., in northern virginia among the millions of people up the coast all the way to maine without power. the superstore slamming into new york city, flooding in some ways and tunnels with record -- a record surge of seawater that breached the city's downtown electrical system, including that supporting wall street. the new york stock exchange and the markets closed for a second straight day with much of the city still paralyzed at this moment. the eastern seaboard literally littered with homes watched from their foundations, streets filled to th
destroyed homes all over the eastern seaboard. it's not just new york. what impact could the rebuilding efforts have on the housing market? will it give a boost to an already recovering market? carl case, the coauthor of the case shiller index will be joining us with some information you've got to hear. liz: and some six 16,000 flights have already been cancelled due to the storm, nine airports including jfk, la guardia and newark still closed. what does it mean for the airline industry? and when could we see things return to normal? >> the story from jetblue, the chief operating officer joining us. david: also after many were forced to close their doors for the week, how are restaurants dealing with with the aftermath of the storm? the ceo of dine equity, the owner of applebee's and ihop restaurants all over the country, she will be joining us with the latest of the impact on restaurants. that's coming up right after this. [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the marke he goe
here, for a while, it is very strong. cushions it, toward the eastern seaboards, of the united states. and this time -- it did make a landfall in the eastern coast. hence, the biggest storm in generations. now it has the become a remnant of low-pressure systems, so, it is much weaker than, than it was when it hit a landfall. though the tropical moisture brings all the humidity and turns and makes a lot of downpour as cross ts across the. you can see the size. it is very big. not an organized system t it will bringing, patches of very heavy rain across the regions. not only that -- it brings all of the cold air from the north across the system. what it does is take a look at the video coming out from the west virginia. here -- we had, 73 secentimeter of snowfall, in just from this storm system. and the additional -- snowfall could ak sthael ectually exceed meters, on top of lots of more plowing to do. see it can pull back. and the system is moving away from the land masses. blizzard warnings is posted and in effect in west virginia. back to you. >> damages could reach $20 billion, and
goes, we have numerous areas of wet weather for the eastern seaboard anywhere from pennsylvania down through west virginia and virginia, the carolinas, down i-95 into florida, everyone n t needs the umbrella. it begins to spread northwards. this storm is bringing warm air with it, kind of humid air. overall just more or less scattered showers. anyone in the middle of the country to the west, it is mild. it is dry. and enjoy it while it lasts. we have some cold air heading your way towards the week's end into the upcoming weekend. first let me give you a little radar tour. up 81 through virginia, light rain now spreading through pennsylvania. pennsylvania turnpike from pittsburgh to about harrisonburg will be a wet ride. and numerous areas in west virginia also dealing with showers. further south, we had a couple lightning strikes near anderson. far south carolina goes, hit-and-miss showers right now around columbia. you see the lightning strikes there in eastern north carolina. from atlantic beach all the way down through havelock. from south to north from tampa down to miami. hit-a
the way through the midwest. we're still pretty warm. the eastern seaboard is very warm as we go through this friday. as far as the wet weather goes, not a lot of wet weather to deal with. a little bit in colorado with snowshowers and rain showers. this is the only weather feature that's going to move into the west over the up coming weekend. it's going to drift that way. increasing clouds, especially high clouds that will keep temperatures cooler this weekend. we're going from well above average to near average temperatures in the west as we go throughout the upcoming weekend. today, starting off. it stays a little chilly. a little chunk of cold airheading for the central plains. the cool air didn't make it into the mountain areas towards you. it stayed off towards your east. this is one of the warmest spots in the country as we go throughout the upcoming weekend. your forecast for today, absolutely splendid, busful weather in the northwest. it should benow we're starting of the cooler air down through the central valley, too. should enjoy the 80s instead of the 90s. >>> weekend forecas
. with that humid air mass up the eastern seaboard. there's a lot of fog. you want to give yourself a little extra time. as far as the cold air, it's beginning to show itself. now some of that rain in northern montana, changing over to snow. that's the rain. maine zul la to helen in a, expect big changes. rainy weather, higher elevations. billings, 46. everywhere else it's a nice, mild day across the central plains. enjoy it while it lasts. let's take a look at the weather outside your window. areas like indianapolis to chicago, that area of low pressure is sitting to your south. kind of sitting there and spinning. it will keep you kind of cloudy. you may see a little bit of drizzle and showers. could even see a few showers and storms mid-atlantic later today. big changes everyone by the weekend should experience a cooldown. >>> coming up, tech tight tall zule, fear bounces back, and the city that's cracking down on snacks. i don't like the sound of that. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, a heated exchange between nicki minaj and mariah carey stirs up some drama o
but the entire eastern seaboard of the united states has been put on alert. this mega storm combined with a second weather system coming from the west is expected to impact the entire east coast early next week with dangerous and destructive weather. sandy is blamed for 21 deaths in the caribbean, most of them in cuba and haiti. the storm has weakened somewhat. it's now a category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of 85 miles per hour. sandy is expected to grow in size as it moves north. tropical storm conditions are expected along the east coast of florida throughout the day. danielle nottingham has more. >> reporter: florida is feeling the effects of hurricane sandy. strong winds are whipping the surf into foam. the waves and heavy rain are flooding the streets near miami. the storm is still hundreds of miles away. sandy raged over the bahamas thursday after tearing through cuba and haiti as a category 2 hurricane. florida residents are not taking this storm in stride. >> as we're speaking i'm filling sand bags. >> reporter: the center of sandy is expected to pass just off of florid
the eastern seaboard and thunderstorms are possible as it slides up the gulf stream over the next 36 hours. it takes a turn back and look how it hits right around southern jesse which will put it around new york and d.c. and could be a super storm. with heavy rain and a storm surge that could be pretty big because it is coming in full moon and possibility of high tide. >>> back here at home. 40s and 50s to start our day. we'll be in the 50s and 70s by 4:00. grab a jacket by the evening hours. we'll drop back into the 50s. warmest three days, tomorrow, sunday and monday. >> good morning everyone. good news if you are traveling the san mateo bridge, no problems here and just a reminder, no bridge closures this weekend. they got the road work done last weekend so it will be wide open all weekend long. bart reporting a delay of 15 minutes. daly city in pittsburg dublin direction due to train maintenance. we've got a nice drive out central valley altamont pass. speeds are at the limit. road work in the south bay mouth and southbound 280. ramp at 280 will have closure due through the 31st of mon
by hurricane sandy. government officials and utility companies all along the eastern seaboard are busy making emergency plans, and if you plan to travel east within the next week or have family and friends here, you're going to want to pay attention. so far this storm is being blamed for at least 21 deaths across the caribbean. 11 of those are in cuba alone. this is anticipated to be a really impactful storm. and nbc meteorologist bill karins is tracking sandy for us. he's been doing so all week. bill, what's the latest? >> good morning to you, lynn. the storm is just off the florida coast. tracking all the way up and down the eastern seaboard. so many people on the west coast travel there or have family and friends that could be impacted by this storm. a lot of our favorite vacation spots on the east coast are getting impacted. high winds in florida. it will be a lot worse as we go through the weekend and especially the tail end of the weekend into the northeast. it almost looks like an extra tropical system or a hybrid with tropical conditions to the north sucking in dry air to the south. t
miles on the eastern seaboard. sandy is battering north carolina with winds an rain. the hurricane generating a significant storm surge that sends huge waves ashore. new jersey under mandatory evacuation orders. governors declaring states of emergency there. >> that's quite a storm. forgive me but we have our eyes on monitors and just keep an eye on everything. we have fox team coverage of the storm. first, rick reichmuth live in the fox extreme weather center. no joke today. elizabeth is in kill devil hills, north carolina, already being battered. first to rick with the latest on hurricane sandy's path. >> the storm is strengthening, which is hard to believe. we have cloud cover from canada to ohio. still down to south carolina and the center of the storm is way out here in the atlantic still yet and the pressure continues to drop. that indicates a strengthening storm and that's what we expect to see. the rain will continue to fall across the airline in a coastline but spreading north so we have rain in philadelphia. and it will be towards new york city. we're 36 hours from the ma
, from the eastern seaboard all the way to the great lakes. tonight evacuations are und way across several states as new york city prepares for a near total shutdown. >>> the presidential race thrown for a loop. both campaigns sent scrambling just nine days before the election. our teams in place, we're tracking this monster storm and nightly news begins now. >>> good evening. the evening is howling and just over my shoulder the broiling chesapeake bay showing the power of hurricane sandy that's tracking towards us far off the coast. but it's landfall that has scientists using megastorm, a surprising link up between two massive storms, impacting up to 60 million people. you have to see what it looks like from space to really appreciate the size of the storm. it's simply a swirling right mass up and down across. people are heeding the urgent warnings especially in coastal regions. tonight people are under mandatory evacuation orders. new york city city and philadelphia are also preparing to shut down mass transit. our team is spread all along the mid-atlantic coast with the latest o
the eastern seaboard. what is amazing with the storm is not the strength but it is such a large storm. so the potential for damage over a wide scattered area and a densely populated area, it is going to be a major problem. right now, sustained winds of 90 miles an hour making it a category one. but this is expected to sweep on shore later today and as it moves onshore, a very large storm surge. i will tell you what. new york probably in the worst spot. it is in the right front quadrant of the storm system. you have the forward motion of the waves coming onshore and the winds wrapping it around taking the winds back in the harbor and they could see 8-11- foot storm surge. and are already seeing flooding along the coastline. not done there just yet. it will make its way onshore and carry with it lots of rain and the winds will be the big story. and here is the wind forecast. you can see the large swath of purple with very strong 50 plus mile-an-hour winds associated with the storm system, stretching all the way down. from virginia, all the way up to new hampshire, and it looks like connecti
. sandy starts to move up the eastern seaboard. at the same time this is moving in from the west, upper level air and energy, this will take the moisture from city, cool it and went over our area and explode the storm with intense wind, heavy rain and prolonged event. that is the problem. it will start late sunday and continue into tuesday. and depending on the exact track, we could see 30 to 50 miles an hour winds to stay around here for days. there could be extended power outages, and a lot of issues for a lot of folks. here is a look of the latest model, bringing the storm of the eastern seaboard. by sunday night, we are seeking rainshowers. the tighter the lines are the tighter the winds are. right now it is category one storm. it will probably remain that. when it makes its landfall, and this is the uncertainty landfall anywhere from virginia beach to ocean city, atlantic city even into new york city. and it makes the land all want to the north but because the storm is so big, we will all feel the impact. tomorrow cloudy. maybe a shower. sunday the rain starts to move and come a bi
. that is 60 miles per hour -- 60 mile-per-hour winds and that will be all up and down the eastern seaboard quite possibly into halloween. and tuesday afternoon, anywhere from tuesday to 40 miles per hour up and down the eastern seaboard and we get into the areas still tropical force winds and they finally start to move north and peel out and that will be overdone, over optimistic and they will be here until noon which will be a good thing. until then, we will hunker down and temperatures are in the 40s and 64 in -- 46 downtown and temperatures will continue to drop. our friends across the divide, we showed you savage mountains and it is snowing and 32 in oakland right now. here is a look at the heavy rain, stim hammering the entire metro area and it is really hammering fragile lynn county -- franklin county and you can see snow growing in beckly and snow is growing also up into western maryland. let's talk about what you can do to be safe. stay away from windows. treat this like a tornado warning, sleep on the lower level if you can. winds are up to 45 miles per hour and sustained winds up
cover 600 miles of coastline along the eastern seaboard. hurricane sandy is packing winds of 75 miles an hour. she is expected to collide with another system with the full force hitting the area monday night. president obama declared federal emergencies in washington, massachusetts and new york. my message to the governors as well as to the mayors is anything they need, we will be there mitt romney also changed his campaign schedule but was able to stop in swing state ohio. "...our thoughts and prayers with them." and it's not just wind and rain. a third storm bringing canadian cold... could blanket west virginia, pennsylvania and ohio with wet heavy snow. "i don't know what to expect..." a high tide and a full moon make an already terrible weather situation even worse. casinos are closed in atlantic city, new jersey. and this sign says it all: be kind to us sandy. the governor of maryland has also declared a state of emergency >> in maryland... >> we have been here all day and, this is certainly the worst of... rain pelting down... this is not the worse... we have about 24 hour
the eastern seaboard. here's how the day unfolded. sandy roared ashore this ev evening. the ocean is now flooding into the city. >> reporter: lashing out with fearsome winds and monstrous storm surge at communities up and down the coast for hundreds of miles. gigantic waves engulfed the coastline. >> oh, my god, it's washing everything away! >> reporter: in atlantic city, 15-foot waves crashed over the seawe seawall. in hatteras, the surf tore up roads and beaches. 70-mile-per-hour winds battered communities as millions of americans hunkered down under the fury of the storm. the drama began early this morning as the storm headed toward the eastern seaboard in the midst of the maelstrom an incredit helicopter rescue at sea. 14 people pulled from the roiling waters of a the tal shatall ship "hms bounty" safrpg to the bottom of the sea, one crew member confirmed dead, another still missing. earlier today, in cape may, america's oldest seaside resort, sandy battered the grand homes, devoured the broad beaches and flooded streets, particularly turning the cape into an island. but sandy's real
? >> the winds and rain are rough here in cleveland. nothing like being experienced on the eastern seaboard but, yes, today there was a big drop . we were thinking mitt romney and his vice-presidential candidate, paul ryan, were determined to carry on campaigning even though the president was going back to washington and suddenly at midday trfs an announce from the campaigning, because of the sensitivity of millions of americans facing this emergency from the hurricane, mitt romney and paul ryan are canceling all their events for today and for tomorrow. and so it turns out this will be the last time that mitt romney will be seen on the stomp in public probably for a couple of days. so he's taking himself completely out of the picture. in ohio it's been clear from the speeches that they don't think they clinched -- this is a critical state. he needs ohio to become president. and these rallies are important to get people to talk to their friends and relatives to encourage them to vote or encourage them which from thinking they might vote for mr. obama to mr. romney and that doesn't seem to be hap
is moving up the eastern seaboard with the outer bands bashing the islands of north carolina. >> and the governor of new york is ordering a halt to all public transit is in new york city tonight at 7:00. the storm could affect more than 50 million people. the bridges and tunnels will also be shut down. susan mcginnis is live on the coast of delaware and susan. the winds have looked to have picked up in just the last hour. >> reporter: it certainly has ann and phil. the winds have picked up over the past several hours. we have been out here for nine hours and the intensity is increasing. the rain and tides. you can see how big the waves are compared to what we showed you yesterday. the waves are crashing closer in and it is hard to believe the brunt of the storm is still more than a day away. driving rain from hurricane sandy is coming in this morning. but officials are not expecting major damage. >> the track has improved in our favor here. >> reporter: bulldozers, and residents, are piling up the sand along if jersey shore. millions are bracing for hurricane sandy, a mas
is fast approaching the eastern seaboard. here's a live picture from atlantic city, new jersey, 50 million people in the storm's path, billions in damage predicted. forcasters are most concerned about the storm surge some areas could be hit by a wall of water 11 feet high. here's video from overnight this is ocean city, maryland. you want to stay with the abc7 morning news later we go live to ocean beach for an update on conditions now. you should know the casinos are closed in atlantic city. that should give you an idea of how seriously they are taking this. >> picture of an 80 foot chunk of the atlantic city boardwalk that came loose and is floating down the street. here's a live look outside of the embarcadero in san francisco, not wet but fog go meteorologist mike nicco will have the full forecast, coming up. and we'll check in with sue hall in the traffic center. >> mike is also tracking sandy to let you know what is going on there. also the world series win turns into a fashion statement. statement. late night effort to make i moved to new york to work in fashion. so i had to look th
of the calvary. the winds need to pick up. the many utilities up and down the eastern seaboard, and if they are not in place today they will need to be. >> there could be more than 1 million outages. >> if to track the storm from new england all the way to hampton roads virginia, millions of people will be impacted. we do not know how many customers will be out. we know that if be forecast holds together, we will have an extended period of winds a 50-60 miles per hour. a lot of trees in washington. the trees will affect the power lines. tomorrow will be the peak critical periods. >> how many people have you brought in from out of state? >> we have requested over 2500. we brought in about 500 folks yesterday. there are only so many folks to go around. we have about 400 in place now. we have 1400 people prepared for the restoration effort. >> i know you brought in all of the people. how about handling the phones and all of the customers calling in? >> absolutely. i am one of about 1500 people at pepco. customer care has ben beefed up. we have more folks on the phone. we have mor
't need the jacket on the eastern seaboard. later this afternoon, 81 in new york. 81 in washington, d.c. with blue skies and a lot of sunshine. lynn, it's in the middle of the country where there's jackets today with temperatures only in the 40s. things to come for the east coast this weekend. details coming up later. >> all right. thanks so much. >>> also coming up, charles manson's main man pardoned, and feds bust a crime ring that stole almost $.5 billion of your money. >>> plus, the first lady reveals who she'd want to play her husband on the silver screen. that's just ahead in scrambled politics. you're watching "first look" on many msnbc. [ female announcer ] ready for a taste of what's hot? check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ how do you
to the eastern seaboard where all eyes are on hurricane sandy which is lashing north carolina anywhere from three to six inches of rain in north carolina today with winds over 25, up to 35 miles an hour. maybe gusts up to 50. it's about 300 miles southeast of charleston. then we've got a nor'easter that will be forming along the northeast. those two systems are going to collide. i it will be a huge storm. very heavy rain and prolonged rain and gusty winds and snow on the backside of it which could bring anywhere to a foot of snow to the mountains of west virginia. this is going to impact over 60 million people with power outages along the eastern seaboard for washington and delaware and western new york. definitely take care and watch the forecast in the next couple of days. no clouds to be found. temperatures in the 50s. nice started to the day, 50 in redwood city. 56 in san francisco. cool numbers from san jose to napa at 48 right now. down by the monterey bay, you are clear with 50. gilroy at 46. overall compared to yesterday as the warmer start. 6-7 degrees warmer in the north bay. couple deg
. and it is going to take this path, following parallel to the eastern seaboard. but look at this setup. we have a stalled front to our west, and we have a huge area of high pressure to the northeast. that's actually going to cause this storm to go in between the two, and monday night into tuesday, that's when conditions are going to deteriorate. we could end up with more than 10 inches of rain in the delmarva peninsula and of course the rough surf will be an issue, as well. alex? >> okay, dylan. thank you for that. in just a few minutes, weather channel meteorologist julie martin will bring us a live report from the north carolina coast where they're certainly gearing up for the storm there. also al roker will be joining us at 7:30 a.m. from delaware. >>> front page politics now. new this morning, president obama in his weekly address emphasizing the progress made four years after the wall street crisis. >> businesses have added more than 5 million new jobs, the unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level since i took office. home values are rising again. and our assembly lines are humming
on the eastern seaboard, it is threatening and/or disrupting some 60 million people, from north carolina all the way up the coast to maine. wind damage, storm surges, inland flooding, snowstorms, all of these in the forecast, along with inevitable power outages that could last for days, if not more than a week. that's why hundreds of thousands of people who live, work or play near the water, including the spot you're looking at right now, atlantic city, they're all under a mandatory evacuation order. it's why classes are canceled for more than 2 million schoolchildren. it's why more than 10 million commuters in new york, philadelphia and washington have no bus service, have no subway service today. and thousands of airline flights, almost 10,000, in fact, into and out of the northeast corridor are canceled. if you need to drive anywhere in connecticut today, you better hurry up because the governor of connecticut has just announced he's shutting down the highways at 1:00 eastern. and that is just two hours from now. here where i am in new york and where we begin our mega coverage, my colleag
. >> jennifer: sandy on the eastern seaboard was terrifying, the light of day revealed it had brought was devastating. millions without power. thousands without homes. the damage to infrastructure and property at the moment incalculable. a disas of historic proportions the only silver lining, typical american response. >> obama: during the darkness of the storm, we saw what's brightest in america. >> jennifer: tonight for the next two hours it is "the war room" special coverage of sandy and politics. let's go right to new jersey where we have abc news correspondent t.j. winnick on the ground in cape may. he's on the part of the jersey shore that was hit hardest by the storm. t.j. welcome inside "the war room". >> jennifer, good to be here. thank you. >> jennifer: governor chris christie said tonight that the jersey shore of his childhood is gone. what does it look like on the ground? >> well, we are in cape may new jersey. cape may is actually the southern most tip of the jersey shore. somehow this community dodg
up the eastern seaboard. we have seen a little eye come and go in this storm. it continues to strengthen on its path. here is the path. follow the red line. this storm, by about -- depending on the model you go with, by 8:00 tonight on midnight tonight this storm is making landfall on that jersey shore some place near atlantic city. there are some bad pictures to see with this storm. the effects have already been devastating. look at this house in rodanthe, north carolina, parts are breaking off and falling into the ocean. north carolina saw more than six inches of rain in the past 24 hours. sandy's winds could be up to 90 miles an hour this afternoon. 24-foot waves off the southern coast of new jersey and 30-foot waves off the carolina coast. the "h.m.s. bounty" was stranded and taking on water. 14 people were rescued from lifeboats and plucked way by jayhawk helicopters. two people are still messing. all of this power and damage, and sandy is still well offshore. what makes sandy special? this time of year, most storms and hurricanes move east out to sea. sandy is moving
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